Christopher Plummer is being honoured by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television.
The actor will be getting its Lifetime Achievement Award. Plummer is a veteran of the Stratford Festival having made his debut here in Henry V in 1956 and has starred in numerous productions since.
He’s also been in more than 100 movies winning an Oscar for his 2010 performance in Beginners. Plummer will be getting his Lifetime Achievement Award at the Canadian Screen Awards in Toronto on March 12th.